News Round-up Week Ending 24 November

LurkerSomething is lurking…

DarkFuse have announced the release of Gary Fry’s new novella Lurker. A story of grief, loss and evil, the novella is available now as an eBook from the DarkFuse website.

Scavengers heads to DVD

In a far away corner of the galaxy, a small crew battle for the fate of humanity in Scavengers. The film stars Roark Critchlow (Battlestar Galactica) and Jeremy London (The Devil’s Dozen). Scavengers is released on DVD and Blu-ray on 27 January 2014.

Shattered arrives from DarkFuse

Shattered by C.S. Kane has been released by DarkFuse. A story of a young couple who move to a new flat in a seedy area of London and the unsettling and strange events that happen to make them doubt their own sanity. The novella is available from the DarkFuse website.

Follow Kevin Bacon onto DVD

The Following, as shown on Sky Atlantic will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on 2 December. The psychological thriller series starring Kevin Bacon will also start its second series in January 2014.


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